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we're following breaking news at 7:00. the amber alert we've been telling you about all morning long has been canceled. off initials florida have just taken add aim matos into custody at tampa hotel. four year old ismail is safe and with authorities. police issued the alert after four bod wrist discovered inside the home he shared with the other victims. >> it is friday, september 5th, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm erika von tiehl. more on the top story, first, our traffic and weather together this friday morning with kate and victorial good morning. >> good morning, guys, you can see, victoria has fog behind her on the camera, i have fog behind me on the skydeck, fog is the story. that will was good price is right style, beautiful. love it. unfortunately the fog is in, and it is here to stay, at least for the next couple of hours, be safe out there on
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the roadways, be safe because it comes up on you quickly. then, tracking the threat for some storms. later this afternoon, storm scan3, shows some symptom activity right now over portions of the great lakes, that front has not gotten here just yet. but it, may, as we go through the rest of the weekend, in fact, by tomorrow afternoon, strong scold front will come through. in the meantime, heat, humidity, really in place. seventy-four at the airport. seventy-five in atlantic city and down in wildwood. seventy-three in reading. 69 degrees in amp -- allentown, down to zero at mount pocono, fog very dense there. 1.8 at the philadelphia international airport. so, again, that dense fog out there this morning, slowing things down, then we clear it out, warm, muggy, by 9:00 a.m. with sunshine, and 74, at noon up to 83, hot, humid. by 3:00 p.m., steamy, with the chance for thunderstorm, highs today, again, approaching 90 degrees, but changes through the weaken, more on that coming up. now we send it back inside to victoria. >> thanks, kate, good morning,
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everyone, yes, with my vein a whitings, trying to make this look as pleasant as possible, because it is not at all. if you are traveling not only this area here, this is the ben franklin bridge, these headlights that you can barely see, that's the westbound side construction blocking right-hand lane. slow mid-span to eighth and vine, will only grow. visibility not only problem around this area, but there is your western suburbs, 422, 202, pa turnpike even new jersey, 42 freeway northbound, starting to build some volume approaching 295. southbound 42 however moving just fine. rest of the new jersey majors not so much after problem, but northbound 55, approaching the 42, is another slow spot. just like traveling 95, head today downtown philadelphia, approaching the betsy, down to the vine, drop down to 28 miles per hour, eastbound seeing the delays throughout your western suburbs, and if you are traveling, in the overbrook section of philadelphia, very serious accident, occurred around the time of 5:00 a.m. this morning. fifty-nine and upland way,
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overturned vehicle accident, vehicle gone into the woods. still active scene. lancaster avenue would be your best alternate at this time. no delays for mass transit. we head back toutiesting. >> torrey, thanks so much. all morning long remembering joan rivers, force to be rec orthopedics with, known for her biting width, but was as tough on herself as she was on the celebrity she teesed. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo joins us now in the sat center more on joan's legendary career. january? >> -- jan? >> ground breaker, gracious lady, all ways her fans and her fellow comedians are remembering joan rivers today. she had said she wanted to work her entire life, and she did just that, all the way up until the ends. it seemed in her 81 years, her fans still didn't get enough. >> her mission a lifetime of laughs. >> i think if you can't laugh at everything, you're in terrible trouble. i just think i'm so tired, if you look, oh, you can't let that -- >> her come he had i can style biting. those who worked with joan rivers remember her as gracious and generous.
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>> just great gal. you know, one of the true great ones, and she will be terribly missed. >> after learning the 81 year olds had died, new jersey comedian, joe piscapo, re watched one of his favorite acts with rivers. >> i remember when joan came on saturday night live. it was the first time i put address on. we did dueling joan's. >> rivers was a trailblazer. making remark in the mid 60s with appearances on the tonight show with johnny carson. even becoming a guess host in the 80s. thursday night, another comedic great, david letterman, paid tribute to rivers in the late show. >> talk about guts. she would come out here, sit in this chair, and say some things that were unbelievable. just where would you have to swallow pretty hard, and twice, but it was hail arias. >> and fans couldn't get enough. showing up at river's star on the walk of fame in hollywood, rivers re-invented herself time and again as talk show host, best selling author, most recently as reality tv
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star. sheep died here at mount sinai hospital in new york city, after going into cardiac arrest, about a week earlier, during a routine outpatient procedure at a clinic. family, friends, though, say rivers wouldn't want her fans to be sad long. >> you have to stay positive. remember all of the greatness in jones rivers. and she would want you to laugh. just to laugh. >> meanwhile new york state department of health is investigating that clinic, where rivers was undergoing that routine procedure, when she went into cardiac arrest, we should mention, however, there is no allegation of wrong-doing there. her funeral is set for sunday. reporting live in the sat center, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i thank you, jan. joan rivers did not hold back. whats made her so entertaining. >> had a chance to interview jan -- joan, and got aglimmer naps how her mind worked. >> how many times do you go into a neighborhood, see one of those big houses and say who are these people? how did they get so rich? or i stop cars, which i have been doing today, a big limo pulls by. go who is that? how did they get so rich.
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so i asked them. >> that's the basis of her book that we were talking becomes how they get so rich. her legions of fans flocked to social media to express their grief. it is a trending topic on twitter and even on cbs-3 facebook page, filled with posts about the beloved comedian. she was something special. i told people when we talk, she was real, she was a lot of fun, and she made it real fun the whole time that we talked. i talked her few times, back in 2009 in center city when she was on her book tour, but great lady and fun. >> pioneer in her field for women in comedy. one after kinds really set the path for everyone else who came after her. >> no question. the tributes will be pouring in, i believe i saw something that she wrote to melissa that said when it came to her services, her funeral, make it fun. make it fun. make people laugh. >> that's all she wanted to do. >> no doubt about it. >> stay with "eyewitness news" and the worlds bids farewell to joan rivers. >> our time 7:06. in other news this morning, we have learned overnight that a
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ten year old boy hit by a car in northeast philly has died. happened while he was riding his bike at the corner of loretto and longshore avenues in the oxford circle neighborhood. police say the driver is cooperating with the investigation. no word right now if any charges will be filed. later this morning, family and friends will say a final good-bye to one of three bucks county high school student who was killed in a crash last weekends. ryan lesher will be laid to rest at a church in ivy land. he and five others were involved in a roll-over crash in pawpack township wayne county. two other teens were also killed. seamus digney and cullen keffer. private services held for keffr last night. >> the start of the new school year is bringing serious concerns about their children's safety. that's because, the lindenwald school district decided to cancel the e-four bus route, leaving nearly 40 elementary students without a ride to class. officials say it is perfectly legal, because they all live
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within 2 miles of the school. for those forced to walk, parents say an accident wait to go happen. >> still young. not like in middle school. difference. i think it is a necessity for them to have transportation. >> through the rest of the month the district has assigned resource officer to walk with the children from a spot about a mile away from the school. >> parents bucks county dealing with similar situation, school buss in bristol township will no longer pick up students who stay late for after school activities. matt rivers spoke to few frustrated parents now demanding change. for some in this bands, the 4:15 bus. for others the 5:30. but now the trumpet ers and the drum letters have to find another way home after school. as the late bus service was canceled for the school year. >> i think it stinks. >> for parents, a lot of concern. if they are working how do their kids get home and beyond
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just certainly logistics in. >> my daughter in the band. if she needed a ride with the busses to get back and forth, that would stink, she wouldn't be able to be in the bands. >> makes a lot of difference on their college applications and theirself esteem. >> blues if they have to walk home on roads without sidewalks -- >> possibly hit by cars, having children, possibly abducted. you're possibly putting all of these children at risk? plus, for sports teams, buses for sports teams will continue to run. district said in a statement quote we had to take a hard look what could be cut without compromising student learning, utilizing late run buses clearly more responsible option than cutting educational programs, services, or teachers. for some parents the explanation wasn't good enough. >> i know fund something hard. it is hard for everybody. but there has to be some way of finding funding. >> school board here in bristol township will meet monday night. issue will likely be discussed. we do expect to see a lot of
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parents and students in attendance at the meeting. bristol township, matt rivers, "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i 7:10 right now. an american infected with ebola is expected back in the u.s. today. >> coming up next, the latest on the doctotor who is the third american health worker to contract the vie just while in liberia. >> also ahead, couple makes luckiest cape swimming away from hammer head shark. that will video has gone viral. >> kate, tail of two weekends forecasts. >> tail of two forecasts, summer and fall it, will feel like mid-summer tomorrow. then cold front changes all of that. just in time for sunday, coming up: more on how the weekends shakes out, stay tuned. >> ♪
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>> oh, seeing that fog lift will make me smile. looking right now at center city. the sun will come out, kate said. just have to wait it out right now. >> burn that right off. >> thanks for joining us right here on the "cw philly". we'll be right back. >> ♪ ♪ you help me pour. the simple grains of rice krispies®. oooo! good. help me. they're made with rice. they're popping! where'd the sound go? is it in your tummy? a gentle grain that's easy for little tummies to digest and fun to eat. kellogg's rice krispies®. ♪
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>> morning, group of louisianna men have become youtube sensations after close shark encounter went viral. you are seeing the balcony view of beach in florida, hammer head comes toward them of the the group told the swim tears get out of the water. they say the swimmers didn't even react. they hope this video teaches a lesson of someone screaming get out of the water definitely get out of the water. >> just look at that. >> i know. >> eventually they made their way out. >> yes. >> come on, step it up. put some step in that pit --
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put some pep in that step. >> you think it would be common sense? if you are in the ocean and someone says get out of the water, a our not like i'm sure it is fine, i'm sure we're okay here. i'm sure they're over-reacting. get out of the water. 74 degrees at the airport, guys, warm and sticky out there this morning, 75 atlantic city, 57 wildwood, and 70 in trenton, right now, dew points, look at the dew points, not pleasant. when you got 74 degrees, and the dew point is 72, that basically feels like you're walking outside, into a giant vat of hot fudge, but much less delicious than a giant vat of hot fudge would be. just don't want to be out in this kind of weather. very steamy, sticky, don't spend much time on the hairstyles, won't feel too niles. oppressively humid today, tomorrow, dew points in the 70s, sunday though look at that, we cut it right back to pleasant, dew points drop. low humidity, it will be great finish to the weaken. future weather, peak, see showers, storms, will develop in our area, by about 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon, continue
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to roll through, during the evening commute. that will could slow things down. now we clear it out overnight. no problems overnight. headed into tomorrow morning, clear skies, to start the day, lots of sunshine, but here comes the next cold front by 5:00 p.m. strong storms off to the west, then they move through our area by about 8:00. showers, thunderstorms along that front. so, today mostly sunny, with the scattered afternoon showers, very warm, and very humid. high near 90. expected to feel closer to the mid 90s with the humidity, saturday, same story, 90 degrees, but look at that, tail of two weekends, hot, humid, little unsettled saturday. then turning out sin, cooler beautiful sunday. next week looks little if-ee, highs near eight, we'll see some clouds maybe the chance for few showers, especially wednesday, into thursday. >> all right, thank you, katie. >> tory? >> good morning, everyone. >> morning. >> we have to head right outside, though, we have a live shot. been following an accident overbrook, that's that section of philadelphia for awhile, today this incident occurred just around 5:00 a.m. this morning, overturned single vehicle crash. where the vehicle rolled over,
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and then went into the woods. this is at the intersection of 59th and upland way. if you are traveling in the area, best thing i would advise to do just avoid t providing alternate, that's lancaster avenue. it is still a very, very active incident scene. so continue talk about how you are doing this rush hour morning, not great traveling on the schuylkill expressway because it is the schuylkill. westbound 76 approaching city avenue. accident on the shoulder here, already delayed westbound on the schuylkill, approaching the area of the roosevelt boulevard. out to gladwynn, and look at the fog, fog all over, western suburbs, center city over the bridges, southbound 95 jammed approaching the betsy ross bridge all the way down through the vine st. expressway, western suburbs ebbs expense censors dropping, 24, delayed from approaching trooper down to 202, 55 on 202, not awful, starting to see just little volume creep up northbound around the construction zones. and do you want to watch out for police active any west
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oaklane. cutler at 16th street. definitely area to avoid. no major delays however for mass transit. we head back to the desk. >> hang today mayor nutter takes us department of housing and urban development julian castro on tour of the promise zone. west philadelphia's mantua neighborhood was designated promise zone in january, by the obama administration. it was one of the first five areas chosen for the revitalization initiative across the us. it involves combining local community resources, with support from federal agencies. big apology from mark's operation. this event is what the government staffers intends today tweet, but, this is what was sent instead. picture of model named darja wearing leather choker and flashing peace sign. governor markell's offers apologized saying the auto generated link for the picture was inadvertently altered while the tweet was being edited. now the mod hole describes herself as an underground
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visual artist released a statement reading in part, quote, dow not personally know anyone from the governor's staff. of course i apologize if anyone is offended because the image was taken out of context. there is nothing deceptive or secretive that transpired, but i feel people may be digging for a deeper story. end quote. president obama has scheduled news conference as nato wraps up its summit in whales. the president, the british prime minister, david cameron, pressing fellow nato leaders to confront the islam i can state millitant group reaking havoc in sewer y also urging regional partners such as jordan, turkey, to join the effort, as well. spread of ebola continues overseas, now head today medical center in nebraska. andrew spencer has the latest now on his condition. >> doctor wasn't treating ebola pain end directly. when the deadly virus infected him he was delivering babies at a hospital in liberia
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hospital. >> had a call from this actor who put a gun to the plane to come to the united states. he said rick is clearly sick, but that he was in very good spirits. >> nancy knows a little about what he is going through. >> i didn't have any idea if i would survive. i didn't have a clue. >> she and doctor kent brantly also contracted the deadly virus while working in liberia. they were loaded onto specially equipped planes and flown back to the united states. will be treated at the nebraska medical center in omaha where the staff says they are ready for him whatever his condition may be. >> we have several different times of equipment, that also will be determined based on the patient himself, what type of symptoms he's having, what type of secretions we're concerned about. >> friends, family, hoping like weren'tly and rightball, that he too will make a full recovery. andrew center, "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> 7:19. relief for california
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community. >> still to come this morning, hat latest on venamous cobra who had d been on the run for nearly a week. would you not want to find that thing in your backyard. first here's what's coming up tonight on the "cw philly".
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>> a look at today's headlines, amber alert search is over for four year olds ismail of florida. ismail is safe and sounds, in tampa, police tweeted photo of the man they arrested accusing him of abducting him, adam matos from the lehigh valley. funeral services set for monday in new york for sunday rather for joan rivers. rivers died yesterday, a week after suffering cardiac arrest during routine procedure at doctors office. joan rivers was 81. police are investigating a
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deadly accident, claimed the life of ten year old boy. the boy hit by a car while riding his bike near loretto and longshore avenues in objection for the circle. the driver did stop at the scene. >> hunk make we told but yesterday out in california has been apprehended thank goodness. >> albion a cobra on the loose for several terrifying days. animal control officers captured deadly five not long snake in ventura county t attacked a dog near los angeles, we've been informed that dog will be okay, got it to the vet in time. cobra is nature i have to southeast asia, and its owner has not stepped forward, as of yet. yes, i think when you're poisonous snake goes missing, you're not quick to step up. this should counteract the snake images. check out your screen, big day for some little animals, we're learn the names. new lion cubs at the philadelphia zoo. the names were pick through an on line pole. two cubs were born june 25th, and then two more were born a day later, poor mama lion.
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>> oh? >> the day, a first look at all four as they explore their habitat woman mama, and three of them with their mother, so cute. >> i hope one of their names is lippy. >> why is that? >> you ever heard of lippy the lion? what about hardy i hahar? >> old school and man. we'll take short break. watching "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". morning, family, happy friday.
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>> let's get the friday and weekend forecast, hey, kate. >> ukee, tell you what, it will be pretty nice friday, if you don't mind it feeling little bit more like january than september. you know, we didn't have a lot of hot days this summer, not as many as we've had in recent years, so we can deal with t take a look outside, see one thing we are dealing with this this morning, that's fog everywhere. the foghorn is going. and you can see the ben franklin bridge just really, covered in fog right now, so please take it easy, out on the roads, that fog comes up on you quickly, you may not see what's laying right in front of you. today mostly sunny, few showers, storms that will roll through this afternoon, 89 degrees will be the daytime high today. 90 degrees tomorrow. hot, steamy, watch for thunderstorms in the afternoon, and then, sunday
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everything big difference, after those storms come in, mainly actually in the evening saturday, victoria, looking at beautiful weather for the eagles game. >> pumped about that, this fog right now, kate mentioned, you won't see what's in front of you technically, yes, low visibility looks like it even could have potentially caused a accident, westbound on the schuylkill approaching city. moved to the shoulder but now dealing with residual delays on top of rush hour volume. spoons censors, 95, the vine st. expressway and watch out for this accident, overbrook, ukee? >> thank you, torrey. we do it again at clock 55, up next on cbs this morning, group of moms who support tougher gun lawyers, takes aim at one of the nation's largest super mark chains. we're keeping it live and
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the legendary comedian. jan? >> reporter: ukee, erika, good morning, sad and shocking still to the world of entertainment, the loss of joan rivers, today her fans and fellow comedians are remembering their favorite moments with rivers, as they take a look at her life's legacy. >> the lots is being felt from coast-to-coast, her biggest fans out west, laying wreath, on her star at the walk of fame in hollywoodment and her fellow comedians, still in disbelief, that the 81 year old great is gone. >> we lost a jean, one of the great toast ever do it. >> my first crush. i was lucky enough to interview her on my show lopez tonight. if you can make the people you identify lies laugh, great life. >> rivers was a trailblazer, making her mark in the 60s, appearing on the tonight show with johnny carson, even becoming his guest host for a time.
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she became known for her biting width, often targeting her celebrities. life's work, lawyers. legacy, inspiring future generations cents of female come glick now many women doing similar kind of comedy. thanks to joan. >> very, very rare, miss one like this, it encourages other girls to do this stuff. >> outside helium comedy club, local comics reflect. >> when you think of joan rivers, you don't think of at least i don't think of female comic. i think of comic hearing was a real pioneer. >> comedian brad trackman remembers how he owned up for rivers on the stands up stage once when her opener caned. >> she was like brad. >> and i said yes. >> pleasure to meet you. listen, thank for doing this. no relationship jokes, no jewish jokes, no jokes about clinton. i'm just messing with you. then i was just like wow, man, that was hilarious, we both laughed. >> family and friends say getting back it laugh what's rivers would have wanted.
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>> i think if you can't laugh at everything you are in terrible trouble. i think i am so tired, people say you can't laugh that the. >> meanwhile the new york state department of health is investigating that clinic where rivers was undergoing, that routine procedure, when she went into cardiac arrest. we should mention, however, no allegation of wrong-doing there, her funeral on sunday. jan carabeo, "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i as you know joan rivers made her mark in the fashion world, as well. in addition to her snooki red carpet commentary, often in west chester, pa, on qvc, sign her own line of jewelry and clothing. one of her on air partners jane tracey talked to us about the site of joan most of us didn't see. >> kinds he is ever person you would ever want to meet, worried were you hungry, were you tiped, kinds to everybody in this building, and she had such compassion. she would know if there was maybe something a little off in your day. and i think some people are
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surprised, because she was so funny and hilarious, but this soft nurturing side to joan rivers and she showed it to everybody. >> also told us joan kept her momentum, kept everyone laughing even during the commercial breaks. i'm sure she did. >> and we vine it to you connect with us, share your thoughts on the life and career of joan rivers, visit cbs philly facebook page or tweet us at cbs philly. >> 7:33, we want to check in about kale with our forecast. >> good morning, everyone, happy friday. we have real warm day ahead, real warm start to the weekends, but then some changes by part two of the weekend. let's take quick look how we are looking outside. >> you can choose to believe me, can't really see it, fog is in, it is here to stay. and at least through the next couple of hours, as we start to heat up, as the sun gets little stronger, that fog will start to mix out a bit.
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seymour sunshine through the midday hours, look how warm and steamy it is, mid 70s right now, philadelphia at atlantic city 75 in wildwood, 71 millville. these are the temperatures now dew point pretty much as the same as the temperatures, air almost 100% saturated. that's discusting the only words for t feels very sticky, very steamy. just going through the humidity outside this morning, and you can see we're in the oppressive range as far as how it feels today and tomorrow, not feeling great at all, very humid, but by sunday, big changes, it is pleasant, that is whole lot more comfortable, you can see few storms will pop up later this afternoon, and we've got another chance tomorrow coming up. i'm show you the seven day forecast to plan out your weekend and week ahead accordingly. now we check in on the roads with victoria. >> good morning, everyone, definitely approaching the front of full swing rush hour. if you are traveling right now on the schuylkill expressway, unless, a lot of these taillights indicating bad news bears. if you are traveling westbound on the schulkhill, jammed approaching the roost develop boulevard all the way out
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through to gladwynn, eastbound side is just as awful between the stretch of 202, and down through to belmont, you catch very small break but run into more traffic. so anticipate the worse this morning, like traveling 476 approaching the area of route one, even the onramp to 476, back up this morning, 422, seeing speed censors drop down to 29 miles per hour, 55 on 202, if you are traveling on the schuylkill, seeing things in the 40's, but not everywhere. just as you have seen, also in the teens in places, so, don't neglect. that will if you are traveling in west oaklane, do have some police activity at cutler avenue at 16th street. also, because of that very thick and dense fog, 32 minute delays at philadelphia international airport but no delays for mass transit. we head back to the desk. >> thank you. happening today, the va facilities in philadelphia are ready to welcome their boss. as part of that visit, second of veterans affairs, robert
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mcdonald, will visit the va medical center, the home to the national center for homelessness, among veterans. mcdonald will also meet with veterans. the coatesville va medical center hosting a welcome home veteran job fair. it runs today from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at building five in the great hall. if you are going, bring your resume, professional licenses, and college transcripts. your time now 7:36. let's get check on business. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us now from the new york stock exchange, jill, apple stock just struggling in the wake that far celebrity hacking scandal but now hearing they're rolling out new security measures. what's this? >> apple taking, told the wall street journal starting in two weeks, will alert users sees us e-mail when someone tries to move the passwords or move i cloud data to new device or if somebody logs into an unknown device, says celebrity
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accounts were likely accessed when hackers figured out the passwords every celebrities by answering their security questions. you know, ukee, erika, i think they need tougher questions besides mothers made encouraging name. it is pretty obvious stuff there. >> where did you graduate from high school? you can gooing they will. >> automakers are of course in a race to make cars as safe as possible, and word is toyota has new technology? >> toyota wants to design cars so they won't get in accidents. started install collision technology, by 2017, the camry will likely be one of the forecaster to have it. this technology lets cars steer themselves out of danger, also, stay in the center of the lane. incredible stuff. ukee, erika. >> soon the cars will be driving themselvesment thanks, jill. for more money watch and information from money watch just go to our website
7:38 am well the leggo movie has pushed the toy to the worlds' number one toy maker. >> the danish based company reports revenue soared 11%. just in the first six months of 2014. the family-owned business surpassed top competitor mattel. leggo group is still owned by the family that founded it in 1932. that's neat. >> i heard the movie was a lot of fun. >> i didn't see it. >> hey if you are hoping fans of the movie frozen would just let it go, well think again. stars of the disney hit are taking over halloween, holiday retailers spirit halloween expect anna, else a, olof costumes to be the hot this is year, just talking about this yesterday. other classic disney characters like snow white are also expected to be popular. >> oh, i would pay cash money to see now olef costume. and frozen costume look to go buy, you're in luck. analysts say there has been jump in the number of halloween pop up stores. spirit halloween says nearly all of their stores will be open by the end of the month.
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some of those locations believe this opened back in august. experts say americans are spending more and more money on their halloween costumes and celebrations. >> student electric chair. did you she? >> did i. >> that wasn't too cool. >> i love the candy, hate things scared. what about you? >> very much so. but dude, the electric chair, freak. >> i going all out with your decoration. >> oh, my. >> imagine bringing that home in a box? here's my electric chair, hey, how are you doing? >> congratulations phonecall. >> coming up next legendary basketball coach now in trouble for calling little league star mo'ne davis. kate? >> and erika, ukee, we have nice warm steamy friday. and coming up it is trivia time. we'll see if you can continue his domination of the weather trivia, or if erika and victoria will slide in for the win. stay tuned. we'll bring it in in just a few minutes. >> ♪
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>> weaver been asking to see your back to school pictures on twitter. the the response has been wonderful, thank you. this picture of madison, check it out, her first day at fifth grade, laboratory charter school in philadelphia. i love she has got little lunch box then the book bag that you roll. >> styling. >> save your back, you snow. >> styling. >> looking good too with the pink headphones, all matches. >> sharp, got the little lean going on, too. sweetment keep the pictures coming, snap and share your pictures using hashtag cbs-3 mornings, might see it right here on "eyewitness news". >> never happened before, no one got it right last time. >> let's fee we can make it two for two for wrong answers
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around the board. this actually doesn't have whole lot to do with weather. does have something to do with football. let's see, who knows football trivia? because of the war effort in the 1940's, kind of throw back, you know these retro things, 1940's, the eagles and steelers merged for one season because of the war. >> what was the name of that team? >> can i goer? >> do you know it? >> no. >> here are the picks: eaglers, pennsylvanians, steels, and steel eagles. >> i see the answer right there, c. >> i saw that answer and i was like oh, that jeff, so funny, put it in as agog, it couldn't have been the steagles. >> oh, yes it was. >> well done. >> i covered them, been that long. >> oh, stop. >> i love it. so there you go. something, fun fact. i didn't know that one, so if you ever go on jeopardy. like i did.
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>> that's right. >> back in 2009. didn't win, but fun fact about me. eagles forecast, taking on the jaguires, no steagles playing, just the eagles, 77 degrees at kick off, winds out the north at about 10 miles per hour, it will be a beautiful day for football. cool down is coming. you can see it has been hot. it will stay hot today. highs in the upper 80s tomorrow low #'s, finally drop down below the bar, normal bar, average high about 82, only in the 70s sunday, monday, and tuesday. >> finally break out the new fall clothes, if you haven't been able to rock any of it, you will. forecast and "shorecast", cool down, 89 today. 90 degrees tomorrow. but then, sunday, clearing out, cooler, 78 degrees, monday and tuesday, upper 70s, with sunshine, both days. and then we do have better chance for showers by wednesday and thursday. now we send it over to
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victoria. >> kate, were you really on jep addery? >> i was, i was. >> pretty cool. >> i always wanted to spin the big wheel. wheel-of-fortune? >> that's pretty neat. not everyone can say that. i tell that you, if you are traveling right now,. >> if you are traveling out and becomes you will find rush hour, calling your name. if you are on the ben franklin bridge, 95, schuylkill, vine st. expressway, take a look here, notice that it is, ya, school of fish if you are traveling, trying to get through the toll plaza, you are jammed all the way to approaching the toll plaza, admiral wilson boulevard into philadelphia, over at eighth and vine. you have westbound construction project, blocking the right-hand lane. adding to volume there. foggy situation, watch for low visibility, this would be the westbound side trying get to the schuylkill volume builds around eighth, down through to 76. once at the schuylkill 8 miles per hour, westbound and eastbound, high delays in your western suburbs. fourteen on 95 southbound,
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slow approaching cottman, all the way down through the vine st. expressway, 27 on 476. accident in ardmore, wide sad avenue at lancaster avenue so be minds full of that. we leave you with this, because of the fog, 32 minute delays at philadelphia international. ukee? >> uconn huskies have been serve with secondary violation. called taney dragon star mo'ne dave toys congratulate her on the little worlds series. mo'ne of course wore uconn gear after the series and always sales she wants to play basketball at uconn. mo'ne not in high school. but another school tipped off the ncaa than was it. aerianna has won 9ncaa titles. also from norristown, and wanted to congratulates fellow philadelphia and. u do. says think don't agree with the penalty. >> it is football season, eagles get into it this sunday afternoon, they play the
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jaguires in week one on sister station cbs-3. the birds host jacksonville at lincoln financial field, and they've been working on the game plan at the nova care complex for awhile now. eagles won of course the nfc east but bound for the playoffs in the first rounds by new orleans, big things expected of the birds this time around. >> we're excited for a home opener, so, i can't wait. i'm real excited to see how the crowd is, and just get excited and riled up. >> here too we had bunch of guys that have been around us, we've been around them, soy you feel like little closer in terms whatever we are trying to get accomplished, but you're excited to get going here, for real account. >> it counts. it is on now. okay, eagles nation, just closure eyes. listen to the music and i'll talk to you. here's how well you get readied foresees on opener here on sister station cbs-3, sports director beasley reese,
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leslie van arsdale, live for toyota sunday kickoff at 11:30, sunday morning, nfl today is at noon followed by eagles football against jacksonville. once again sunday at 1:00 right here on cbs-3. >> season officially start in the see at well superbowl champion seahawks hosting the packers. seattle look pretty good. mansion lynch ran for 110 yards and couple of touches himself. >> week one national football league underway. thursday night will be football nights from now on. next week the ravens and steelers, in baltimore for thursday night football on cbs-3, our sister station, sports director, beasley reese, will be live from mnc bank stadium with one-on-one with ravens quarterback south jersey's own from the university of delaware, joe flacco. that's all next thursday on sister station cbs-3.
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baseball now, phils in washington tonight playing the team with the best record in the national league. nationals will sends a stephen strasburg to the mounds, will face jerome williams. ben revere resumes his quest to become the first phyllis to win in more than 40 years, at the top right now, hitting .3146789 the last fill toy win it hall of famer richie ashburn who hit .350 to win his second batting title. led the league in hitting in 1955. >> 7:49 right now. busy morning around here, we get you pump up for eagles football. >> we've had the eagles pep band, drum line, eagles cheerleaders this our studio. they were on sister station cbss3. unveil their 2015 swimsuit calendar during fashion show last night. >> this year's edition photographed in mexico, but around here this morning, it was an eagles pep rally. >> ♪
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♪ >> bobby and the gang, oh, they do it so well, been doing it so long. the calendar 1499. >> i wonder if we can show that on air? there go. >> 1499. so good. >> a loft folks did research on that, yes, today. help us with the scripts. >> yes right. >> still ahead, an american classic hits i mack theatres. >> oh, yes. >> hey, i am this week forest gump back in theatres for its 20th anniversary, we're behind the scenes of the iconic film. that's c coming up.
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relive an american classic. >> entertainment tonight's brook anderson takes you behind the scenes of for he is gump. >> this week forest gum some back in theatres. it is for its 20th anniversary, can you believe it's been 20 years. and we're take you behind the scenes. >> forest, forest gump. >> you know the line. >> run, forest, run. >> stupid is stupid does sir. >> of course, that accent. so, how did tom hanks get it done? >> young michael connor who place little forest when he is a young boy, and very distinctive kind of way of talking and we were able to listen to that and transpose it to the adult forest gum up. >> here is the young ankle tore in action. during the screen test. >> i never pay any attention to anything. >> hey. >> but he wasn't the only one who auditioned. here's tom hanks doing screen test with robin rice. >> i want you to meet someone. >> speaking of meeting people, the movie used
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state-of-the-art special effect and body doubles, to recreate forest meetings with famous historical figures. >> there is johnson's head, me back in my own head. >> probably for what maybe 15, 152nd every film. this probably 22 different versions of it, all melted into one. >> now, for special one week i max release, you can relive one of the most iconic movies every all time on the billing screen. >> my mom always said life was like a box of chocolates. >> for entertainment tonight, brook anderson, now back to you in the studio. >> let's finish that. you never know what you're gone a get. >> can't not finish that line. catch all of the latest entertainment news tonight on every week night at 7:00 on sister station cbs-3. i can't believe it has been 20 years. >> twenty years, i think i heard jaws is like 40 years. but yes. >> that move had i the best sound track, too, i don't know
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if you got that or not. but i remember i snatched it up on cd because that's what we did. >> back in the day. that was good. i have to see that, i have to go see that. >> iconic movie, and they said so many classic lines, you think of it. >> you know it. run, we got to run it a commercial break right nowment we will be back in 30 seconds or so. morning, family, we'll be right back.
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>> good morning, want to get right over to kate bilo with your friday, your weaken and your eagles forecast. >> i think i can cram it all in in 302nd. right to it, out to temperatures to start things off here. temperatures are in the 70s all over. atlantic city, 76, 74 in philadelphia right nowment on our way to up near 90 this afternoon, 89 will be the high, mostly sunny, scattered afternoon showers, perhaps thunderstorm, some locally heavy rain, they won't be everywhere, but keep an eye outment tonight partly cloudy, mild, muggy at 72. eyewitness weather seven day forecast and "shorecast", hot again tomorrow. the chance for thunderstorms in the evening. then look at the difference, just in time for the eagles game sunday. highs in the 70s, sunny, beautiful. we keep it cool with few more
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clouds early next week. morning, victoria. >> good morning, everyone. well, definitely not cool on the roads. because the rush hour still heating up. traveling on the schuylkill expressway westbound, delayed approaching the roots very much. i would say at this point almost touching girardment then all the way out through into your western suburbs, drop down to 7 miles per hour, 14 on 95, southbound seeing delays out of northeast philly down through to the vine. watch out for disabling vehicle on the pa turnpike westbound at bensalem. lots over half hour delays in philadelphia international, due to the fog. >> thank you, next update at 8: 25, next on cbs this morning, look back at conversations with joan rivers. your local news weather and traffic continues with us on the "cw" on these channels. i'm eri because we believe that doingo talk to fthings rightour auto insurance? is more important than just doing them fast. and...because we don't want you to miss out on things like
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4:00 this morning after four bodies discovered, the relationship between the man and the child is unclear, but again, that boy has been found safe and sound. >> meanwhile, the sign outside the last factory says what we're all thinking about joan rivers, rest in peace, made god laugh. the comedian died yesterday, at the age of 81. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo in our satellite sent war look back at the legacy of laughs. >> her goal in life was to make people laugh. joan rivers had said she wanted to work her entire life. all the way up until the ends she did just that. >> in 178 years, seems like they weren't enough for the fans. >> her mission lifetime of laughs. >> i think you're in terrible trouble. i am so tired. >> over style, biting. but those who work with joan rivers, remember her, as gracious, and


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